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Monographs or surveys on the history of photography and notable photographers from the mid-19th Century to the present.

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Traub, Charles (ed.), The New Vision: Forty Years of Photography at the Institute of Design, Millerton, NY, Aperture, 1985, first edition, large 4to (11.75" x 10"), HB in dj, orange cloth bds w/ charcoal embossed titles & decorative endpapers in apricot dj w/ color illus & gray & orange titles, VG+ / VG+. Light edgewear. DJ has light edgewear, small scar on front right edge.

Unpaginated. Profuse b/w and color illustrations. Introduction by John Grimes. Interviews by the editor. Published in conjunction with an exhibition of same title, this issue looks back over 40 years of photography at the Institute of Design in Chicago. From the back cover: "In interviews and photographs, students and teachers of Chicago's Institute of Design recall the innovative spirit and socially relevant education that have made the school a vital force in photography for over forty years."


"A Visionary Founder: László Moholy-Nagy", John Grimes;

"The New Vision in the New World", Charles Traub;

"Photographic Education Comes of Age";

Chronology of the program at the Institute of Design, Chicago;

List of graduates receiving Masters Degrees in Photography;

Bibliography (includes books that feature the faculty and students from the Institute of Design.)

Works by the following photographers (each of whom either taught or were graduates of the program) are included: Laszlo Moholy-Nagy, Aaron Siskind, Harry Callahan, Barbara Crane, Art Sinsabaugh, Ray Metzger, Richard Nickel, Kenneth Josephson, Arthur Siegel, Garry Winogrand, Geoff Winningham, Michael Abramson, Yasuhiro Ishimoto, et al.    [Book ID # 1284]


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